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Cyst On Palate Of Mouth
My x-rays showed I have a cyst on the top right soft palate of my mouth what is involved in the surgery and what is recovery time and what to expect?
Cysts in the soft palate are common. Most are small and burst, then heal on their own. An oral surgeon, hospital dentist removes a larger cyst, stiches the site. Healing is very rapid in the mouth due to the extra circulation there. Depending on size, pain is managed well with a short dose of pain meds. Antibiotics are used if infection is also suspect. A pathology report is usually
requested. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I'm having a g/a to remove an apical periodontal cyst from inside my mouth my hard palate how will i feel afterwards will I have sore jaw etc?
Peri apical cyst:
First of all the cyst is coming from an infected tooth which needs to get addressed as well as the cyst. You will need a root canal and an incision of the abscess i order to eradicate the problem. If is is a plain old mucous retention cyst, you do not need tooth work. The recovery for both procedures is that day off work. U
you should be ok to work the next day. Good luck. ...Read more
Odds Not Great: The symptoms given can be found with several congenital chromosomal anomalies & do not point specifically to Trisomy 18. Palatal cleft is more commonly seen with Trisomy 13, Short fingers are commonly seen with Trisomy 21. Type of "cysts" is not given. Each Trisomy has reconizable features but there is overlap. A detailed exam by Pediatrician or Geneticst is needed to assess these findings. ...Read more
I have a mucous sinus cyst, experencing sorness on my palate same side as sinus cyst is it norm 4 this to happen wiv this medical problem x thanks?
Usually not: Mucous cysts called mucous retention phenomena (they aren't true cysts) usually don't cause a problem unless they are so large that they block the drainage from your sinus to your nose. Soreness of your palate needs to be evaluated by an oral ; maxillofacial surgeon to determine if there is a connection or something else going on. If you have a ct of your sinuses show it to the oral surgeon. ...Read more
What to do ?: See an oral surgeon. This tooth needs to be extracted and the cyst needs removal, too. Please do not hesitate, call for an appointment at once. ...Read more
It's been 7days since impacted(upper) wisdom tooth@cyst removed genr anerthetic still having pain in side palate and throbbin in front gum help x ?
Not unusual: This is not that unusual but if the area is throbbing or you have fever or the chills a visit to the surgeon may be indicated to check for infection. Warm salt water rinses and more healing time might help as well. If there are stitches they can be an irritant until removed. Time heals all wounds, but not in the presence of infection! good luck! ...Read more
I wrote the other day about my maxillary sinus cyst, i am havin it rmoved in 2month how do I convince them I have sore palate they say no pain wiv it?
Dental Issues ?: It is possible you may have issues with your teeth. Have them examined by a dentist. ...Read more
My 13 month old has a fluid filled cyst looking thing on her palate- i just noticed it today- bothers if touched- does she need to be seen- is this no?
Yes: She should be seen by a pediatric dentist. It could one of several things including an erupting tooth depending on location, but to be sure, she should be evaluated. ...Read more
Regarding my last question, i had a cyst impacted wisdomtooth removed but stil have palate pain. I have been told that i would have to live with it. I have tried medicines, but theydon't work. What should I do?
Palate pain: You need to find a doctor who can diagnose why you still have pain. You shouldn't expect to live with pain especially if it is so localized. ...Read more
Had palate pain for 4yrs, had impacted wisdom tooth @cyst removed general anesthetic, now pain has gone? Y did it cause palate pain. Thanks x
I have an aneurysmal bone cyst in my palate (very rare!). Is the blood inside it fresh or stagnant? Would vasodilating substances cause it to grow?
The blood is fresh: The medication and vasodilator have no direct effect on it. ...Read more
Just had impacted wisdom tooth@cyst removed, palate pain eased see surgeon in 3wk could u tell me wot he may of found as pain in palate is little beter?
By removing the impacted tooth and the associated cyst the pressure on the surrounding bone and soft tissue (sinus) will be lessened. It is very important that you follow up with your surgeon as recommended to make sure the cyst is eliminated and the area healing well.
To your health and well being. ...Read more
Hi, could you tell me if its normal to experience palate sorness after impacted wisdom tooth@cyst(upper) removed had general anesthetic thanks x?
Not unusual: At 49 with an accompanying cyst being removed, some soreness is probably to be expected for a few days. If it persists past a week, go back to the surgeon for a followup evaluation to play it safe. ...Read more
Swollen cheek, impacted wisdom tooth @ cyst when cheek is less swollen pain in palate is less painful cnt understand why
See an OMS: It sounds like you need to see an oms. ...Read more
Had impacted wisdom tooth@cyst removed (upper) under general anesthetic now my palate is tight@painful should this pass? Thanks
It should: You had a lot of work completed in a small, confined space. Not unusual for the tissue to be sore and feel tight as the healing process begins. ...Read more
Fluctuates in size, soft, movable bump under mucosa on the anterior hard palate. Dentist says a mucus cyst. Read there aren't glands on hard palate.
Wisdom tooth: The answer you are probably expecting is to see yor dentist or an oral surgeon and schedule to have wisdom teeth removed. Based on your description you should probably be on antibiotics as soon as possible. You will feel much better once the teeth are removed and this will no longer be something you have to worry about. ...Read more
I have a maxillary retention cyst. What will happen if i don't have it removed, my palate is so sore and gums are red with infection?
Complications: Not removing a cyst can lead to bigger problems. A cyst is a fluid filled bag of tissue. As it grows the bag enlarges with more fluid and can erode the bone of jaw. This can weaken the bone causing fractures, damage the roots of teeth and press on nerves, muscles, and other tissues. They often get infected. The surgery to remove them is common and with good results. ...Read more
I'm having oral surgery next wk to remove a apical periodontal cyst on my hard palate how will i feel afterwards will i be able to eat and talk?
Had impacted wisdom tooth@cyst removed (upper) under gen anesthetic 5days ago palate so sore how long until its healed?@ had biopsys done thanks x
Enucleation of cyst: Pain, tenderness to palpation, and dysphagia can sometimes linger for several weeks and this is all within normal limits. Warm salt water rinses, analgesics, and sometimes topical anesthetic gargling can temporarily help, but allow time for normal healing. This was surgery, like any other procedure on a leg, arm, abdomen, etc. Post operative pain is normal and narcotics will help but not 100%. ...Read more
I'm a little freightend I have a t facial pain in the palate, but been told I have impacted wisdom tooth with cyst@cheek is swollen, could you reassure?
Follow up cyst: I am not sure what you mean by "a t" facial pain, nor how long ago your cyst was first seen, but swelling of the same cheek (as the cyst) with pain suggests that your cyst may have grown and could now be infected. Follow up with your oral surgeon for diagnosis and treatment. Even if symptoms were to temporarily ease up, do not ignore. ...Read more
I have seen 4 oral surgeons. They said that the cyst and the impacted wisdom tooth are fine and i don't need to get asugery and to leave them, even though I have pain in the gums and palate. What should I do?
What are the causes?: Usually i always trust the oral surgeon since they know best about dentigerous cyst. You should ask them about the cause of the pain in the palatal gum. There must be an explanation given somewhere in the consultation. It would be very odd if there wasn't any thoughts given. ...Read more
Feeling poorly through cyst@impacted wisdom tooth swollen cheek @pain in palate have to wait 4 sugery, or can I speed things up, what can I do?
See an oral surgeon: Take the advice of an oral surgeon. ...Read more
I'm sorry i meant atypical facial pain, was told 3 yrs ago it had nothing to do with my impacted wisdom tooth @cyst my palate painful swollen cheek ?
Check it out: If you've had any type of facial pain on one side with swelling you should consult your dds for problems involving your wisdom tooth if one is present in the area or under the skin in the area. They can definitely cause facial pain and swelling especially if partially erupted or trying to cut through the skin. Check with your dds again, if they ignore it find one that will listen to you. Good luck. ...Read more
Waiting 2 have cyst @impacted wisdom tooth out now have like green mucas like infection green up my nose @ its sore feeling lethargic palate in pain ?
An inflamed palate could be a sign of many things, most of which are not a worry.
Believe it or not, the largest reason i see inflamed palates is a pizza burn. Eating hot pizza, the cheese burns the roof of the mouth and can be quite painful for a few days. If it persists, see a dmd/dds. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more